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New York Giants player, brother involved in Indianapolis motorcycle accident

Jun 3, 2010 | Motorcycle Accident


June 3, 2010

The brother of New York Giants defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka was involved in an Indianapolis motorcycle accident, according to

Mathias and his brother were riding motorcycles in Indianapolis when the brother hit a car pulling out of an apartment complex. The brother was not wearing a helmet, though one was attached to his motorcycle.

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